Tag Archives: Alan Triggs

Alan Triggs, Gig Review. Party In The Park, Bootle.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * *

The very model of the unruffled and serenely played, summer days in the sunshine, gently wafting at a short sighted errant bee that might mistake your patterned shirt for a previously untapped exotic flower, your family beside you on the grass and the smells of the frying burger rampaging across the once regimented grass of the local bowling green. For days like this in Bootle, where for too long the stress of being ignored by Government has played on the mind of the local community, it could only be the appearance of the superb Alan Triggs that would weave such a spell of undisturbed composure in the air.

Alan Triggs, Gig Review. Johnsons’ Pavilion, Bootle.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * *

Alan Triggs is a model of calm as he steps on the stage at the Battle of Bands in Bootle’s Community Hub, no beads of sweat massing in numbers upon his lyrical brow, no sign of nerves in his fingers as he plays the guitar; after all this is a man who is seemingly content in his life and his the delivery of his muse; after all why should the man worry when the muse is singing his favourite songs and making him one of the most enjoyed performers in the area.